Emergency Animal Clinic P.L.C.

Small animal emergency medicine
The Emergency Animal Clinic is a group of five 24-hour small animal emergency hospitals in Phoenix and the surrounding area. We are a fast-paced hospital with a large caseload and a variety of both medical and surgical cases. We have board certified emergency and critical care specialists available for consulting on cases, and over 20 doctors on staff. Despite the pressure of emergency medicine, we offer a friendly atmosphere and enjoy mentoring and assisting one another with challenging cases. We have digital radiography, ultrasound and in-house bloodwork. The Gilbert Clinic offers additional learning opportunities, as we have access to board-certified specialists in surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, ophthalmology, oncology, dermatology, radiology and dentistry.
Our emergency doctors perform a variety of surgeries and manage complex medicine and critical cases. Doctors have twice daily cageside rounds, wich provide the opportunity for externs to learn and ask questions about case management. Some of our most common surgical emergencies include GDV's, dystocias, pyometras, foreign bodies (gastrotomy and enterotomy), hemoabomen, and bite wound explore/repair. Other common emergencies include blocked cats, diabetic ketoacidosis, pancreatitis, anemia, trauma, toxicities, heat stroke, and rattlesnake envonomation.
Raegan J. Wells, DVM, MS, DACVECC
Brandi Garcia, DVM (ACVECC residency-trained; took certifying examination in 2011)
  • There is access to full library of current veterinary books at all four clinics, as well as on-line access to VIN and a variety of veterinary journals.
  • There is an active EAC rotating internship program.
  • The extern will have access to weekly inter-focused continuing educaiton seminars and journal book club which are typically held at the Gilbert location.
  • Students are expected to take initiative and have a sincere interest in emergency medicine.
  • They will shadow staff veterinarians and follow incoming and hospitalized cases.
  • They may also scrub into surgery and gain experience with interpretation of bloodwork and radiographs.
  • It is also expected that the extern pitch in and help with cleaning, organizing and restraint.
40 hours/week (some flexibility in scheduling as long as hour requirements are met)
We can assist with housing arrangements if desired some employees h ave extra space and would be happy to host a student. Compensation can be negotiated with the host.
Emergency Animal Clinic P.L.C.
2260 W. Glendale Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85021
602-995-3757
Fax Number:
602-589-4556
Charity Gottfredsen, DVM
Updated: 10/13/11
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Recreational Opportunities:

The Emergency Animal Clinics are located in the desert climate of Phoenix and the surrounding area. With breathtaking scenery and beautiful surrounding mountains, there are many outdoor activities available including hiking, fishing, cycling, golf, horseback riding, and camping. There are also my fine shopping areas, museums, and sporting events such as baseball, football, basketball, and hockey.

Interns:

Some of our current or past interns are happy to answer questions about the internship program. If you would like to speak with them, let us know and we can put you in touch with them.

Gilbert Office:  86 W. Juniper Ave., Gilbert, AZ 85233; Phone: 480-497-0222; Fax: 623-974-7738

Scottsdale Office:  14202 N Scottsdale Rd. Ste. 163, Scottsdale, AZ 85254; Phone: 480-949-8001; Fax: 480-481-0036

Peoria Office:  9875 W. Peoria Ave., Peoria, AZ 85345; Phone: 623-974-1520; Fax: 623-974-7738

Avondale Office:  13034 W. Rancho Santa Fe Blvd. Ste. 101, Avondale, AZ; Phone: 623-385-4555; Fax: 623-385-4556